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Internet Marketing Terms Explained In the current atmosphere of online marketing, you cannot afford to turn away a prospective customer. There are numerous obstacles that marketers experience when they put their services online.

To remain competitive in the online marketing world, you need to take certain things into account. Internet marketing is a huge field and thus the available tools can also be overpowering.

The unforgiving truth is that the contents that are spread through the internet may or may not be appropriate for redeeming. Therefore, an internet marketer needs to be ahead of their judgment powers and abilities.

The following are some of the words that are commonly used in the internet marketing world that you need to familiarize yourself with:

Keyword is a word that soon-to-be customers type in the search box of a search engine in order to search for a product or service.

Podcasting refers to creating audio and/or video documents obtainable from RSS by prospective consumers for listening to or viewing.

Return on Investment (ROI) is the fraction of proceeds or evaded costs that are created by an outflow. ROI is usually difficult to determine when it comes to marketing expenses, because it is difficult to trace precisely what sales are caused by certain marketing expenses. However, attempt comparing the ratio of ROI to online marketing expenses against other marketing expenses. This can help you to trace the use of resources quite cleverly.

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a technology which enables people to be consistent and get up-to-date information without the need to make another visit to the same website.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) refers to the process of creating a website and ensuring that its content is pertinent for researchers and the search engines.

Short Message Service (SMS) is the most popular mode of communication among cell phone holders. It is also referred to as texting and lets the sender to send short messages to other mobile phone holders and other handheld devices or landline telephone devices.

Spam is another word for unwanted business electronic mail, junk email or trash email.

Top Level Domain (TLD) these three words show the kind of organizations or companies that operate a website. Good examples are edu standing for educational places and com referring to commercial places

Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is the technological phrase for a website address. URL enables you to find services through the internet.

Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is an open global and set phrase for all the applications that require wireless communication. The chief purpose of Wireless Application Protocol is to offer the right to use the internet by mobile phone users.

Web2.0: this general name is used to refer to modern technologies and the prevailing customer trends online. These include social networking sites personal or organization blogs, podcasting and RSS among others.

The above are only a few important tools that can help you to begin as an internet marketer. As time progresses, you will be able to learn many more.

Annetta Powell
Your Professional Success Coach

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